Now through December 11th I’m running having a 25% off sale on all matted prints. This sale includes all NH Landscape, Bird and Wildlife Photographs.
Matted prints come in four sizes:
- 8×10 Print Ready For Your 11×14 Frame on sale for $29
- 8×12 Print Ready For Your 12×16 Frame on sale for $29
- 11×14 Print Ready For Your 16×20 Frame on sale for $36
- 12×18 Print Ready For Your 18×24 Frame on sale for $44
Please use the special form listed below to get the discount. Or you can email me with any questions email[at]johnrowephotos.com
I know it’s been a while since I’ve posted any new photos. Here’s one of a Monarch Butterfly from back in September.
Monarch Butterfly on Sedum Flower
This weekend (July 2-4) I will have a booth at the Gibson Center Craft Fair in North Conway. I will have a large selection of NH Landscape and Bird photographs on display. If you are in the area, stop by and have a look.
Here is a snapshot of my booth at the Memorial Day Craft Fair at the Gibson Center.
Gibson Center Craft Fair, Memorail Day Weekend 2011
It’s time to start thinking about shooting fireworks as we close in on Independence Day. I thought I’d share a couple of tips for those of you interested it trying to take some photos of the upcoming fireworks.
- Use a tripod. Most fireworks shots require a long exposure. The tripod keeps the camera steady so your images are as sharp as possible.
- Use a remote shutter release or the cameras built in timer. This helps reduce camera shake when the shutter release is pushed.
- Long exposure. Mine are typically for 15-20 seconds.
I hope to share some photos from this year with you soon. Until then, here is a shot I took of Camp Huckins fireworks display last year. The exposure time was 20 seconds on this particular photograph. The long exposure allowed for not only the explosion to show, it also shows the path the firework took when it was launched from the beach.
June 30, 2010 on Ossipee Lake